FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — The Panthers have been waiting for the type of performance from Cam Newton that had elevated him to the elite among NFL quarterbacks. He finally delivered — against the reigning Super Bowl champ. Graham Gano hit a 48-yard field goal as time expired, Newton threw for three touchdowns and ran for another and Carolina stunned New England 33-30 on Sunday. The winner served as redemption for Gano, who missed an extra-point try in the third quarter. It was also the first signature game of 2017 for Newton, who threw four interceptions and just two TD passes in Carolina’s first three games. “I felt this was a breakthrough game for us, a statement game,” Newton said.
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